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  1. Joined : Oct 2015
    Posts : 79
    1: Windows 10 Pro (64bit), 2: Windows 10 Pro (64bit)
       3 Weeks Ago #21

    Making progress but not there yet...

    "Just put the unzipped folder on either your system drive C:\ . Right click the image_health.cmd file and select run as Administrator. " It seems that is going to work, running it that way, as the utility opens up ok.

    "Just right click the ISO file and select "Mount". A virtual drive will be created with all the files accessible." There's no "Mount' option with just the R-Click. I searched to topic and R-Click>Open>Windows Explorer does seem to attempt to mount it but I get the error: "Couldn't mount file. Virtual hard disk files can't be mounted from image files, or from removable media that isn't formatted with NTFS file systems". My guess is that I need to first format the DVD disk to NTFS then burn the iso to it? If so, how is that done?
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  2. Joined : Oct 2015
    Posts : 1,224
    Windows 10 Pro X64
       3 Weeks Ago #22

    Hi,

    My guess is that I need to first format the DVD disk to NTFS then burn the iso to it?
    No need to burn the ISO to DVD. Can you copy the ISO file to say, C:\Sources\ ? Then right click it and "Mount".
    After that a new drive letter will appear and you can let Image_Health do its magic.

    Cheers, .
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  3. Joined : Oct 2015
    Posts : 79
    1: Windows 10 Pro (64bit), 2: Windows 10 Pro (64bit)
       3 Weeks Ago #23

    So you're saying that I copy the 3.5GB iso file into the C: directory, so it would read "C:\windows.iso" (I don't understand what you mean by "C:\Sources") which is the same directory that the ImageHealth file is in? I would Run ImageHealth and it will open in cmd, then when I select "3", then "7" it will automatically mount the iso and run the tests/fixes? Or, do I have to run each of them separately, one at a time?
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  4. Joined : Oct 2015
    Posts : 1,224
    Windows 10 Pro X64
       3 Weeks Ago #24

    Hi,

    So you're saying that I copy the 3.5GB iso file into the C: directory, so it would read "C:\windows.iso" (I don't understand what you mean by "C:\Sources") which is the same directory that the ImageHealth file is in?
    Assuming you have Image Heath on your C:\ drive, create a directory and name it "Sources" (without quotes) then copy the ISO file there and mount it.

    After that run Image health.cmd and pick the options mentioned earlier.

    Cheers,
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  5. Joined : Oct 2015
    Posts : 79
    1: Windows 10 Pro (64bit), 2: Windows 10 Pro (64bit)
       3 Weeks Ago #25

    Sooo close ...

    I created the Sources folder in C: and mounted the iso as you said, then it opened a new Windows Explorer window for "DVD Drive (L ESD-ISO" which lists 9 items. I guess that's the virtual drive. I then ran ImageHealth and in the cmd window selected 3 and I got his error: "CMD.exe No Disk. There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive E:". with Close, Retry and Continue... buttons. When I tried to close the error I would get the same message except the drive letter would change from E: to G:, to H:, to J:, to K: then back to E: again, each time I'd click to close it. It seems to skip L:, which I think is the virtual drive. (???)
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  6. Joined : Oct 2015
    Posts : 1,224
    Windows 10 Pro X64
       3 Weeks Ago #26

    Hi,

    Uh ?
    You're doing this from within Windows ??

    Cheers,
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  7. Joined : Oct 2015
    Posts : 79
    1: Windows 10 Pro (64bit), 2: Windows 10 Pro (64bit)
       3 Weeks Ago #27

    Correct, Windows 10 Pro 64.
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  8. Joined : Oct 2015
    Posts : 1,224
    Windows 10 Pro X64
       3 Weeks Ago #28

    Hi,

    Sorry to say so but these error messages are quite mysterious to me.
    I can't figure out what's going wrong here.

    The virtual drive is E:\ and has the image of the ISO file mounted?
    Does your ISO file contain install.esd or install.wim in the "Sources" folder ?

    Cheers,
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  9. Joined : Oct 2015
    Posts : 79
    1: Windows 10 Pro (64bit), 2: Windows 10 Pro (64bit)
       3 Weeks Ago #29

    Yes, it contains install.esd but not install.win
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  10. Joined : Oct 2015
    Posts : 79
    1: Windows 10 Pro (64bit), 2: Windows 10 Pro (64bit)
       3 Weeks Ago #30

    I was just looking at the 3 listing in the Image Health and it ends with ".../Source", not Sources (plural), the label which we gave the folder. Do you think that's the problem?
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